In the spring, the countryside of Luoping in eastern Yunnan, China turns into an ocean of flowers. It's that time of the year that the rapeseed flowers (or canola) are in full bloom. Photographers flock to this destination to capture the spectacular sight - rolling hills surrounded by bright yellow flowers as far as the eye can see.
On a personal journey to find herself, New York-based photographer Htet T. San has created a beautifully artistic series called "The Frail Second." Shot at beaches around New York City, on Coney Island or Brighton Beach, all of the photos show the silhouetted reflections of random people as they walk, play or just stand along shallow ocean waters. San started the project at the…
Mixing fire and water seems counterintuitive. Generally, cooling water is used to douse the flames of heat-thriving fire. But, in these images, photographers Nick Selway and CJ Kale show us what happens when the two elements collide and merge together into one gorgeous display of nature.
Previously, the adventurous photographers showed us the exciting view from within…
Let's add it to the bucket list! The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, Georgia, USA is the world's largest aquarium with more than 8.5 million US gallons of marine and fresh water housing more than 120,000 animals of 500 different species. The stars? Four young whale sharks, four beluga whales, and four manta rays. (This aquarium is the only institution outside of Asia to house whale…
"Water is just my muse," said Brooklyn-based Ran Ortner, who has been depicting the ocean in his work for decades. His huge oil murals are so breathtaking and realistic that some people stand inches from the canvas to see the brush strokes.
"In my art, I contemplate collisions of opposites, from the most tender brutalities to the most devastating…
We've all heard about global warming but have you heard about ocean acidification? Posing a fundamental challenge to life in the seas, the documentary film ACID TEST, was made to raise awareness about this largely unknown problem.
Ocean acidification stems from the increase of carbon dioxide in the earth’s atmosphere. But how does a change in acidity effect the ocean ecosystem? And what, if anything, can we do?
One of the best things about running this site is that we get to find and share some of the most incredible art across the world. Today, this mission takes us to Tokyo where we find Wataru Itou, a young student of a major art university, who's created this wonderful paper craft art installation called Umi no Ue no Oshiro or A Castle On the Ocean. The installation is… Continue
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What lies beneath the murky waters? In this set of photos, we explore an underwater world that co-exists with ours but where man is no competition for the sea at large. Where our fears often consume us but where harmony exists, where reason gets thrown out the window and… Continue
An amazing photo set by Roger Horrocks, a marine and commercial photographer based in Cape Town , South Africa. Roger has one of the best jobs, he not only gets to travel all over the world, he gets to see an underworld that most of us could only dream of. Roger's perspective is one that only comes… Continue